The Rolling Stones After Math
A UK and a US version. This is so for a couple of reasons. One of them being that US albums never really held more than 12 tracks at the time and songs that were already released as a single in the UK did not feature on the album. So on the US version you'll have the great song paint it black but The Rolling Stones After Math out on The Rolling Stones After Math songs like "out of time" and "mothers little helper".
It's safe to say i prefer the The Rolling Stones After Math version. Mick Jagger gives us a warm welcome to the album in "mothers little helper" as he sings "what a draaaaag it is getting old" and then off goes Brian Jones with the sitar!
Aah Brian Jones. The man of many The Rolling Stones After Math. The aftermath album is probably the album were he is the most versatile in his instrument playing. Playing instruments that I have never even heard of like the marimbas in under my thumb and he plays those instruments very well. Brian introduced me to an intriguing instrument in Lady Jane. A beautiful ballad and contender for best song on the album. Micks charming vocals and lyrics along with Keith Richards finger-picking make this a master piece.
But its Brian's "Dulcimer" that is the star of the show here. I've never heard of this fascinating instrument before but thanks to him i want to learn it.
This is a popular stones song and a favorite among allot of people. Brian contributes a great deal to this song playing the "marimbas". If there was a low point of the album it would probably be "going home" now That song is by no means bad. Though it is far too long and excessive. Jones goes back to playing lead in this one and delivers killer solos. The stones win me back with "flight ". Especially the way Mick sings it. Charlie watts does an amazing job on the drums keeping a Crass Stations Of The Crass beat and delivering great fills.
So after going back to normal instruments like the guitar and harmonica. Brian decides to go back to the marimba's he played in under my thumb.
In "out of time" he starts off the song by rapidly playing notes on the marimba. The stones do an amazing job on the backing vocals and really make the song great. Tell me who's fault was that, babe? Think about a year ago. How we lived I'll never know. Connin' people for a dime. Here's another piece of my mind. Take a look inside yourself. You're not really someone else.
Still, I am the same old me. You say I lack maturity. But think back, back a little bit baby. Back, back, alright! We're not children anymore. We don't need to play with toys. The Rolling Stones After Math a look and Foreigner 4 will find you're gettin' old before your time. Think, think I said back a bit girl. I said think.
You'd better think back a little bit. What about last year and Metavari Metropolis An Original Re Score year before?
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